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Moi: I am a simple, confident and determined individual.I am fond of people and enjoy all forms of communication.My experience of practicing this art in a varied milieu, targeting a mosaic of different races, cultural sensitivities and aspirations has been by n large very successful. Other than this, I like working and also exploring n learning new things in life.
And, if I had to describe myself in adjectives than it would be bubbly yet thoughtful, wild yet socially conscious, simple yet complex, messy yet creative; lazy workaholic, forcibly honest and an incorrigible optimist. I do have a penchant for writing and dreams unlimited.There is a strong tendency in me to break rules, override boundaries.However, I am also aware that this could hurt people - something I don't want or... more should happen. Hence, there is always a strong struggle within me to create balance, harmony and control. If I find people who are sad, unhappy or low, I will try to rub my ever-lasting positivity off them and cheer them up. I like to help and spread goodness around. Radical honesty entices me. Gratitude and appreciation are the most powerful feelings that I have been working on practicing in every moment of my life, without letting go the vulnerability aspect of life.
Spirituality: It is an integral part of my life and I do spend a lot of my daily hours in its pursuit. I do know a lot about meditation, different techniques, different schools of philosophy and have also figured out the most appropriate one for myself. I like self- reflection, self-introspection, being aware, helping others and creating value out of my own life. It provides the basis of my life and i also have a mentor. NMRK
Partner:The real beloved is that one who is unique, who is your beginning and your end.When you find that
one, you'll no longer expect anything else -Rumi
Why marriage: Post asking some questions on marriage, its need, its role, its necessity, its uncertainty, I have understood the reason of why I think I should marry and need a man. To put it simply, I do not need this man in almost any of the ways that women have needed men over the centuries. I do not need him to protect me physically, because I live in one of the safest societies on earth. I do not need him to provide for me financially, because I have always been the winner of my own bread. I do not need him to extend my circle of kinship, becoz I have a rich community of friends and neighbors and family all on my own. I do not need him to give me the critical social status of "married woman, " because people who matter to me offer respect to unmarried women. I do not need him to father my children, because technology and the permissiveness of a liberal society would permit me to secure babies through other means, and to raise them alone. So where does that leave us? Why do I need this man at all? I need him only because I want to adore him, because his company brings me gladness and comfort, and because, as a friend's grandfather once put it, "Sometimes life is too hard to be alone, and sometimes life is too good to be alone. "
Love:I think true love should be transformative; a process that amplifies our capacity to cherish not just one person but all people. It can make us stronger, lift us higher and deepens us as individuals. Real love is not two people clinging to each other; it can only be fostered between two strong people secure in their individuality. As the little prince book says "Love does not consist of gazing at each other, but in looking outward together in the same direction. "
Family: I have been born and brought up in Ahmedabad, though I am basically from Rajasthan. It includes my mother - who is a homemaker, my Father - who is a businessman, and my younger sister and younger brother. I am the eldest in the family and been a pillar for them always in terms of emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual support.
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Astrology, Graphology, Handicraft, Dancing, Singing, Playing musical instruments, Painting, Cooking
Alternative healing, Technology, Museums, Social Service, Theatre, Blogging, Learning new languages, Writing, Clubbing, Hiking, Adventure Sports, Outdoor Sports, Yoga, Indoor Sports, Eating out, Travelling, Movies, Religion, Reading, Net surfing, Nature, Listening to music, Health & Fitness
Arabic, Gujarati, Italian, Japanese, Lebanese, Mexican, Moghlai, North Indian, Persian, Rajasthani, Soul, South Indian, Thai
Alternative Music, Blues, Carnatic Music, Hindustani Music, Opera, Western Classical Music, Country Music, Folk Music, Hip-Hop, House Music, Indipop, Indian Instrumentals, Western Instrumentals, Jazz, New Age Music, Sufi music, Country Music, World Music
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Classic literature, Fantasy books, History, Philosophy books, Poetry, Short stories
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